Sơn Trà ký sự – Kỳ cuối: Một gợi ý cho vấn đề nan giải

MTG – Đăng lúc: 22.05.2017 14:12

Một góc bán đảo Sơn Trà bị đào xới, thi công biệt thự trái phép.

  Giả định rằng Chính phủ quyết tâm trả lại cho Khu bảo tồn thiên nhiên những gì vốn là của nó theo ranh giới được xác lập đầu tiên thì những dự án lấn chiếm Sơn Trà sẽ được xử lý như thế nào ? Đó là vấn đề nan giải không chỉ đối với chính quyền TP. Đà Nẵng mà cả đối với Chính phủ.

Xin nhắc lại, hầu hết các dự án lớn xâm chiếm bán đảo Sơn Trà được chính quyền Đà Nẵng cấp phép và giao đất trong thời điểm trước khi có Quyết định số 1976/QĐ-TTg ngày 30-10-2014 Tiếp tục đọc “Sơn Trà ký sự – Kỳ cuối: Một gợi ý cho vấn đề nan giải”

A charming north-western region begins new rice season

Last update 11:53 | 24/05/2017

May arrives with early summer rains starting to pour down, drawing water from the upper streams into the North-western region. Terraced rice fields take off their boring brown coat of winter to enter a new crop season.

The most beautiful terraced fields in pouring water season in the North-west:

Bat Xat: In the new crop season, Bat Xat is like a natural picture with countless bright colours that stand out among the skies of Ngai Thau, Gia Sang, Y Ty, A Lu and Khu Chu Lin Communes.

Sapa: Always the preferred choice of foreign visitors when visiting the North-west. Visitors can admire the beautiful terraced fields in the countryside of Ta Van, Ta Phin, Hau Thao, Trung Chai, and Lao Chai.

Hoang Su Phi is a mountainous border district in Ha Giang Province. The beauty of the terraced fields in Hoang Su Phi has been recognised by the State as one of the national relic sites in the North-west.

Mu Cang Chai: La Pan Tan and Che Cu Nha are two communes with the most beautiful fields in Mu Cang Chai. No one can go through them without stopping to enjoy the masterpieces of Hmong people in the North-western region.

Tu Le is a valley of terraced rice fields between three high mountains of Khau Pha, Khau Than and Khau Song in the North-west.

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In early summer every year, hamlets in the northwest again fall into “pouring water season.” Tiếp tục đọc “A charming north-western region begins new rice season”

Scientists use bacteria to speed up growth of ginseng roots

Last update 08:10 | 23/03/2017

VietNamNet Bridge – The scientists from the HCM Biotechnology Center have succeeded in using Agrobacterium rhizogenes bacteria to create hairy roots of Ngoc Linh ginseng (Panax vietnamensis Ha et Grushv) which contains active saponin.

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According to Dr Duong Hoa Xo, director of the center, it takes five to seven years to grow Ngoc Linh ginseng, while the yield is low and the plant is only suitable to soil conditions in Ngoc Linh mountainous area.

Therefore, the success of the research has an important significance as it helps multiply ginseng roots more quickly and provide materials to produce saponin as alternatives for natural products.
Tiếp tục đọc “Scientists use bacteria to speed up growth of ginseng roots”

Scientists improve Vietnam’s coffee with enzyme technology

Last update 08:10 | 24/03/2017
VietNamNet Bridge – Dry processed coffee has low quality, but wet processing needs a large volume of water, causing pollution. What is the solution? 

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A technology for wet processing using enzymes can improve quality and reduce water usage.

There are two major methods – wet and dry processing – to process harvested coffee beans. In the traditional method of dry processing, coffee beans are cleaned and dried under the sun for 7-10 days before they are husked, Tiếp tục đọc “Scientists improve Vietnam’s coffee with enzyme technology”

Company discovered ‘filling’ 5.3 hectares of sea in southern Vietnam

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Updated : 05/24/2017 14:47 GMT + 7


A seafood company has been discovered backfilling some 5.3 hectares of sea along the coast of Kien Giang Province, in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta, for a construction without any consent from local authorities.

The construction of a seafood processing plant developed by Tien Trien Company is being undertaken over a 5.3 hectare piece of land that has been illegally created by backfilling the sea in Binh An Commune, Kien Luong District. Tiếp tục đọc “Company discovered ‘filling’ 5.3 hectares of sea in southern Vietnam”

How many red-shanked doucs are left on Vietnam’s Son Tra peninsula?


Updated : 05/24/2017 18:55 GMT + 7

While a recent independent study claimed that there are still over 1,300 red-shank doucs on central Vietnam’s Son Tra peninsula, primate experts believe the number to be much lower.

Red-shanked doucs are monkey-sized primates characterized by their golden face, black hands and feet, and maroon-red ‘stockings’ from their knees to their ankles.

The endangered species, native to central Vietnam, are known locally as ‘the queen of all primates’ due to their extravagant appearance. Tiếp tục đọc “How many red-shanked doucs are left on Vietnam’s Son Tra peninsula?”

Wind plant in Quảng Trị starts generating power


Update: May, 24/2017 – 16:00

The wind turbines at Hướng Linh 2 plant. — Photo tienphong.vn
QUẢNG TRỊ — The first wind power plant in the central province of Quảng Trị has begun contributing electricity to the national power grid, a positive sign for the future of green energy development.This is the first wind power plant in the northern part of the central region of Việt Nam.

An official from Hướng Linh 2 plant said the plant started operating earlier this week at a capacity of 30MW, which is being transferred to the national grid. Tiếp tục đọc “Wind plant in Quảng Trị starts generating power”

Zinc deficiency rampant in VN women, children


Update: May, 24/2017 – 09:00

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HÀ NỘI — Vietnamese people are zinc deficient at an alarming rate, especially pregnant women and young children.

The information was announced on Monday at a symposium to welcome Việt Nam Micronutrient Day (June 1-2).

A survey conducted in 2015 showed that nearly 70 per cent of children under five suffer from zinc deficiency. Children from mountainous areas are most affected, at 80.8 per cent. The figures are 71.6 per cent for children in rural areas and 49.7 per cent for children in urban areas. Tiếp tục đọc “Zinc deficiency rampant in VN women, children”

HCM City set to clear canals


Update: May, 25/2017 – 06:00

Heavy flood on Phan Huy Ích Street, Gò Vấp District after a heavy rain on May 20. VNA/VNS Photo Tuấn Anh
HCM CITY The HCM City People’s Committee has asked district authorities to work with agencies to crack down on illegal encroachment on rivers, canals and the drainage system in an aim to prevent flooding.

Lê Văn Khoa, vice chairman of the People’s Committee, said that illegal encroachment on rivers and canals was one of the main causes of serious flooding. Tiếp tục đọc “HCM City set to clear canals”